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Health & Wellness Section :: Page 30
A weekend of wellness, healing in the village
Learn new practices for optimal health. Refresh your body and renew your spirit after a long winter. Meditate, do yoga, make art, use herbs and explore the unconscious.
Young minds, bodies take to yoga in the schools
A group of 19 students sits cross-legged on purple mats in Sarah Lowe’s classroom at McKinney Middle School; they’ll be spending the next 50 minutes practicing yoga.
Cemex fined, to cut emissions
Cemex, Inc. agreed to pay a $1.4 million fine for Clean Air Act violations at its cement plant off of Dayton-Yellow Springs Road in Fairborn.
The skunks are out!
The weather has let up. You let the dog out. A few moments later you hear a scuffle, a tell-tale yelp.
YS works to get clinic back
Maintaining a local medical clinic at the site of the former Wright State Physicians Family Health Center is the best use for the property at the corner of Xenia Avenue and Herman Street, according to Village Planning Assistant Ed Amrhein.
A place for wellness, connections among women
Marybeth Wolf and AmyCchavez will jointly run Bhakti House on East Herman Street, and focus on bodywork, botanicals and birth care.
FCC’s new wing aims to fulfill needs of rehabilitation patients
Friends Care Community officially broke ground on Monday on a $2.25 million rehabilitation wing at its Herman Street campus.
Food pantry need is on the rise
Patty McAllister is making sure that no one in Yellow Springs goes hungry. The Yellow Springs Community Food Pantry, which she coordinates, provides free food and household goods on a bi-weekly and emergency basis to local households in need.
Window on clinic closing
It has been over a year since the Yellow Springs Family Health Center operated by Wright State University Physicians left Yellow Springs; the clinic has not been able to secure the funds needed to rebuild a medical center.
Mediation program hopes to expand—A person-to-person peace
When conflict arises in the village, one local organization stands ready to reconcile differences and make peace — the Village Mediation Program. For 21 years, the program’s trained volunteer facilitators have mediated crises free of charge between neighbors, families and businesses, saving villagers thousands of dollars in legal fees and the frustration of prolonged disputes.